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  • Update on the QuickBooks Online Advanced free upgrade period

    We recently launched an experience to a select group of QuickBooks® Online customers that provides a free...

  • editing invoices

    From the answer: The bill and/or check were you recorded the original purchase allocates the expense account, the reimbursement is income and only offsets the original expense unless you marked up the sale.

  • I have some questions about Quickbooks Mac vs QuickbookPro PC vs Online

    From the answer: Options  1.... Buy another PC and keep using the software you have.... 2. Buy windows for mac and keep using the software you have 3. Buy the mac - buy new  desktop for mac version.

  • Record Equipment received from Grant

    From the answer: use make deposits to a cash type account, select the grant income account as the source account for the deposit   then use the cash account to "buy" the fixed assets, after you set up the fixed asset account(s) naturally

  • Sales tax

    From the answer: Hello ,   You'll need to tick on the Taxable column of your invoice to calculate and show on your Sales Tax Liability report.

  • Import not working

    From the answer: It looks like this is a duplicate post, Susan607.... Let me link you to the original thread where my colleague responded to your question.

  • Charges billable to Customers?

    From the answer: Once you have marked expenses or items as billable you still have to bill them by adding them to a customer invoice.

  • QB Mac 2019- Auto extract data from invoices?

    From the answer: Hello there, .... Currently, there isn't a way for QuickBooks to auto-extract the data from your vendor invoices.

  • Personalizing an invoice template

    From the answer: Hello there, boymama22.... For further assistance about invoicing, I'd suggest contacting our Customer Support team.

  • Importing invoice to QB Mac 2019

    From the answer: Hello ,   You can import your transactions from Expensify using an MS Excel file.... Let me provide more details and help you further.

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